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Material Selection Guide

EPDM

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EPDM – Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer

EPDM rubber is co-polymer of ethylene and propylene, it combines with terpolymer of ethylene, propylene, and a third monomer (usually a diolefin) to permit vulcanization with sulfur. Ethylene Propylene Rubber possesses excellent resistance to ozone, sunlight, and weathering. EPDM has excellent flexibility at low temperature and has excellent chemical resistance, and very electrical insulation properties.

Common Uses of EPDM material

Automotive braking and cooling system

Automotive Gaskets

Appliances washers, belt, grommet, O-Rings

Electrical insulation

Solar panel heat collector

Production Type of EPDM:

EPDM parts can be produced in sulfur cure or peroxide cure. We choose curing as per customers application by keeping temperature, durometer, elongation, tensile strength, and compression sets of material in mind. Standard EPDM material are usually produce from sulfur cure in order to get excellent flexibility. Peroxide cured is recommended when high temperature resistances and low compression rate is required.

Advantages of EPDM:

EPDM rubber compound performs very good in alcohols, automotive brake fluids, ketone, dilute acid and alkali, silicone oil and grease, steam to 350+F water.

Elastomers we offer

Elastomers is essentially another word for rubber. Elastomers have a variety of properties such as hardness, tensile strength, and elongation.

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